Helping Members of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Get Paid Faster

The Pennsylvania Bar Association has long stood as the “other partner” for legal professionals in the Keystone State. LawPay is proud to serve that motto as your partner in success, helping Pennsylvania legal professionals get paid faster. With our online payment solution, you can accept credit card, debit card, and eCheck payments from your clients in a manner that complies with IOLTA and ABA guidelines. Your earned and unearned fees are correctly separated with each transaction, and your IOLTA account is protected from any third-party debiting.

The LawPay Difference

Complete IOLTA compliance, with earned and unearned fees correctly separated and no third-party debiting.

Superior data protection with advanced encryption systems and level 1 PCI compliance, keeping sensitive information safe.

Integrated online payments with more than 30 of Pennsylvania attorneys' favorite legal software solutions.

Trusted by more than 50,000 law firms and 150,000 legal professionals nationwide.

LawPay is always reliable and accurate. I have been very pleased with LawPay. I was nervous to accept credit card payments for my IOLTA account but have increased business tremendously because of doing so and have never had an issue in the handling of the costs by LawPay.

Lanard and Associates PC


LawPay will separate funds into your Operating or Trust Account for you.

Committed to IOLTA compliance

LawPay was the first online payment solution developed specifically for lawyers. Not only does LawPay prevent commingling of earned and unearned funds, it also protects your trust account against any third-party –ensuring compliance with ABA and IOLTA account rules.

Enjoy the peace of mind that only comes with using a payment solution developed exclusively for law firms.

Why Pennsylvania lawyers love LawPay

Easily automate transactions with Scheduled Payments, so you can focus on your clients instead of the bill.

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